- When approving a film as a co-production film, each Competent Authority may stipulate additional conditions of approval, framed in order to ensure that: minimum financial and creative contributions are met; the creative contribution is in reasonable proportion to the financial contribution of each co-producer
- Individuals participating in the making of co-production films shall be nationals of Australia, the Republic of South Africa, or in the case of a third country co-production, individuals that fall within the relevant scope of the film or audiovisual agreement referred to in Article 5.
- Where the Competent Authorities have approved location filming in a country other than that of the participating co-producers, citizens of that country may be employed as crowd artists, in small roles, or as additional employees whose services are necessary for the location work to be undertaken.
- The original soundtrack of each co-production film shall be made in Australia and/or the Republic of South Africa and/or, where there is a third country co-producer, in that third country.
- Narration, dubbing and subtitling of each co-production film shall take place in Australia and/or the Republic of South Africa and/or where there is a third country co-producer, in that third country.